Healthcare, safety, efficiency and equitability are some certain of the concerned facts which every human must remain aware about. With the improvement of technology and science, improving quality in healthcare has become an important measure.
Air quality indicates the estate of the air in the surrounding. Good air quality pertains to the degree which the air is clean, clear and free from pollutants such as smoke, dust among other gaseous impurities in the air. Air quality is determined by appraising a variety of pollution indicators.
Effects of bad air quality
Poor air quality is a universal problem. Polluted air is directly linked to a variety of health concerns, ranging from short-term irritation to serious diseases. Most of the pollution that’s affecting our air comes from human activities. It is a result of manufacturing, transportation and a dependence on fossil fuels like gas and coal. Exposure to pollutants like smog, sulfates, nitrates and carbon can have a powerful impact on both human health and the health of the earth.
According to the LEED & IGBC APs- Sustainable Professionals, air quality inside the home is often two to five times worse than it is outdoors. After certain activities, like painting or floor removal, the air in your house can be up to 1,000 times worse than the air outside. This is due to off-gassing of volatile organic compounds found in paint, adhesives and many everyday objects in the home.
We all need clean air
With the improvement of technology and science, improving quality in healthcare has become significant.
On average, a person inhales about 14,000 liters of air every day, and the presence of contaminants in this air can adversely affect people’s health. People with pre-existing respiratory and heart conditions and diabetes, the young, and older people are particularly vulnerable.
Clean and good air, like clean water, is in short supply around the world. Many of us take the air we breathe for granted, but we shouldn’t.
Without clean air, we cannot live.
Another approach to lowering the concentrations of indoor air pollutants in your house is to increase the amount of outdoor air coming indoors. Ventilation and shading can help you to control indoor temperatures. Ventilation in addition helps remove or dilute indoor airborne pollutants coming from indoor sources. This reduces the level of contaminants in air and improves indoor air quality.
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